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Mark Turkel, author of Ride Captains and Tail-Gunners
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The Road Ahead: Your Ultimate Motorcycle Riding Guide

Riding a motorbike on the open road is an experience that goes beyond simple transportation; it’s an adventure, a way of life, and a community. Here at “Ride Captains And Tail Gunners,” we recognize the thrill of the open road and the delight of experiencing it with other motorcycle enthusiasts. The road ahead is calling,

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Biker Communication

The Ultimate Road Trip: Unraveling Great Motorcycle Rides

Embarking on the ultimate road trip is a dream for every avid motorcyclist. It’s a sensation like no other—the wind in your face, the sound of the engine, and the company of other bikers. In “Ride Captains And Tail Gunners,” we believe in turning dreams into reality, especially when discovering great motorcycle rides. Biker Communication:

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On the Road Together: A Guide to Group Riding Formations by Mark Turkel

Embarking on a motorcycle journey is more than just a solo adventure; it’s about camaraderie and the thrill of the open road. For enthusiasts who revel in the company of fellow riders, mastering the art of group riding formation is essential. In his insightful book Ride Captains and Tail-Gunners, author Mark Turkel delves into the

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Motorcycle Riding Guide

From Gear to Glory: Mark Turkel’s Road-Tested Motorcycle Ride Prep

Embarking on a motorcycle journey is not just about the destination; it’s a thrilling adventure that demands meticulous planning and preparation. In his insightful book, Ride Captains and Tail-Gunners, acclaimed author Mark Turkel shares a wealth of wisdom and experience to guide riders through the art of motorcycle ride preparation. Understanding the Importance of Motorcycle

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RCTG Gear Review: Scorpion EXO Yosemite XDR Jacket

Sometimes the holidays come early!  I live in South Florida, and the temperature may change by as much as 25 degrees or more from morning to afternoon in the Winter season. So I needed a lighter-than-leather jacket for the Winter season. (My leather jacket is nice, but with armor and padding it is HEAVY!) It

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